Tax day, blogiversary day, Monday, horrible day...Boston happened. We'll see who did it eventually - my money's on Jihadis.
Saturday was a short genealogy day - I went to the SDGS meeting to hear Nancy Loe speak, and then we took off for Huntington Beach to spend time with Tami and the grandgirls, had dinner at Ruby's on the pier, and then overnight in the motel.
Sunday we slept in a bit, had a lazy morning, then drove to Santa Ana for lunch with Linda's friend, Carolyn, and she stayed with Carolyn while I went off to Burbank to the Immigrant genealogy society and a talk to their Pommern SIG on Ancestry.com. Elyse came too! Afterwards, I got lost finding I-5, and finally got to Santa Ana at 5 p.m., we stopped at Carrow's in San Clemente for dinner, and were home by 7:30 p.m. I read, and wrote a post.
* Today, read email and blogs, noted that Genea-Musings is 7 years old today posted, and wrote Amanuensis Monday - Probate Records of Henry Tucker (1619-1694) of Dartmouth, Mass. and set it for later.
* Joined my first Hangout on air on Mondays With Myrt, but my webcam wasn't working until I did something wrong, and then it worked. Then did more reading while checking on the Twitter chat with Josh Taylor.
* Wrote The Samuel Vaux Death Date Evidence Conflict - is it Resolved? and set it for later, and had lunch.
* Worked in FamilySearch Photos for awhile, then wrote FamilySearch Photos Is Open.
* worked in the database for awhile adding content and sources, but got sleepy and went in to watch the Boston news and took a nap. Read the paper, and we ate dinner.
* Online at 6 p.m. to watch the Hangout with Gena, and then watched the Padres/Dodgers game while reading my books and occasionally checking mail, blogs and Facebook on my iPhone. Pads won 6-3 (now 3-10 on the year).
* Read, added to the Best Of post, and wrote this post.
Genealogy on Monday was 8.5 hours.